MedicalNerd, do you have an option for taking a medical leave from your job? Do you have a partner or family that could help with bills and childcare for a while? I know "it takes a village," but sadly a lot of us don't have villages.
Some people keep working when they have Lyme, and when they are treating Lyme. They post here about
how they are bummed to lift lighter weights at the gym. Other people are genuinely bedridden for months or longer, and no amount of "detox" will make them able to function for a while. There's a spectrum. It's possible that you will be able to keep working, but frankly, for some of us, we simply don't manage to work or function as a result of this illness. It can be disabling. That's not what you want to hear, but there's no magic drug or remedy that takes away the hard part. (I wish there were!)
Definitely cut back on the number of antimicrobial treatments you are using. Use the smallest possible dose and don't increase it until you are at a tolerable baseline. Don't do ANYTHING that's not necessary. The laundry needs to be clean, but not really folded. The kids need to eat but it's okay if it's a lot of pasta and other easy things for a while. You need to shower but probably not every day. Et cetera.
Are you familiar with cytokine storms? Cytokines are responsible for a lot of what we suffer from when treating Lyme. A product like CytoQuel by Researched Nutritionals can help. Curcumin and CBD can help with pain, inflammation, and neurological issues. An adaptogenic herb (ashwagandha, holy basil, eleuthero, rhodiola, etc.) could help, but make sure to start with a very low dose to see how each one affects you, since everyone responds to them differently.
Good luck. Hang in there! This is temporary!